What Robin Eats

"A Strong Body Equals a Healthy Mind."

Everything Bagel Bread

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My pregnancy cravings this time around have gone a little something like this: everything bagels with cream cheese, sourdough toast with grass fed butter (not ghee! I couldn’t stomach ghee for weeks when I usually love it), scrambled pasture raised eggs with EBTB seasoning, and a latte with 2% lactose free milk. Oh, and lots and lots pretzels. Joel’s pregnancy cravings this time around: all of the above plus ice cream and peanut butter cups. Pregnancy eating is a team sport if you ask us.

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Anyways, onto my Everything Bagel Bread! I hadn’t made this bread in so long that I almost forgot how simple it was to make. The ingredients are pretty flexible (I’ve gotten many messages from people saying they used different flour/nut butter and that it came out amazing!) and you most likely have ingredients for this on hand. This bread is truly a whole family pleasure. Poppy enjoys this bread slightly warmed with ghee and mashed avocado.

Everything Bagel Bread:
* ½ cup + 1 tbsp almond flour (I have not tried any other flour but others have)
* 1 tsp baking soda
* ½ tsp sea salt
* 1 cup cashew butter (you can use any nut butter you want but it might alter the taste a little. I have only tried this with cashew and walnut butter)
* 2 large eggs + 2 egg whites (you can also sub 4 flax eggs. I’ve heard other people try it and it worked!)
* 1 tbsp water
* 1 tbsp apple cider vinegar
* Topping: 4 tbsp everything but the bagel seasoning

Mix dry ingredients together and set aside. Mix wet ingredients together then gently mix in dry ingredients. Pour into a prepped bread pan with nonstick cooking spray and parchment paper. Top the batter with everything but the bagel seasoning. Bake for 20-22 minutes at 350°F. Let cool completely before slicing.

Author: Robin Plotnik

Robin Plotnik is a certified nutritionist and personal trainer who has a passion for a healthy lifestyle. She has worked in gyms from San Diego to New York City and now works with clients all over the country via her website, www.WhatRobinEats.com. Robin worked as a fashion model, modeling lookbooks, editorials, and runway for over 10 years. When she’s not writing nutrition plans for her clients or creating recipes in the kitchen, you can find her with her baby girl Poppy, her husband Joel, and hairless cat Aero. Robin believes that a strong body equals a healthy mind and hopes to encourage everyone to live a more balanced life.

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